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Bobby Wallace
(b. November 4, 1873 - d. November 3, 1960)
The first AL shortstop elected to the Hall, Bobby Wallace was the best at his position during the first decade of the league. "Rhody" made his mark with the glove, leading the league in putouts three times and assists four times. He averaged 6.1 chances per game lifetime. He twice notched more than 100 RBI in a season.
Inducted in 1953
1909 T206 Piedmont Bobby Wallace PSA 6 EX-MT
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Comments: I first purchased a PSA 3 T206 in October, 2002 and sold it in February, 2004 after upgrading to a PSA 4 with a Sovereign back. In June, 2006 Bill Miller sold me my PSA 6 after winning it on eBay.
Card Details Below:  
Year(s): 1909
ACC Set Designation: T206
Set Name: Piedmont Cigarettes (150 Subjects)
Country: United States
Description: The nearly 525 cards which make up the T206 set are the most popular of the early tobacco issues. Players are depicted in color lithographs surrounded by a white border. The player's last name on the -7/16" X 2-5/8" cards appears at the bottom with the city and league, when a city had more than one team. Backs contain an ad for one of 16 brands of cigarettes. There are 389 major leaguer cards and 134 minor leaguer cards in the set, but with front/back varieties the number of potentially different cards runs into the thousands. The set features many expensive cards including a number of pose and/or team variations.
Example Piedmont Cigarettes Pack

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Example Piedmont Cigarettes Article